Avengers 4: Everything We Know So Far About Infinity War's Sequel

WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War, in theaters now.



With Avengers: Infinity War ending the way it did, it's no surprise why Marvel Studios has been keeping virtually everything about Avengers 4 under wraps, from the mysterious title to the plot to the roles of the characters involved.

You can't blame the studio for wanting to maintain its secrecy; as president Kevin Feige indicated, this fourth chapter is geared to be a genuine ending to the MCU's Phase Three, wrapping everything that started with 2008's Iron Man. As a result, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have an entirely different feel as it heads into the next phase.

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That means Avengers 4's stakes may be even higher than in Infinity War, as our heroes look to rebound following their resounding defeat against Thanos, which resulted in the Mad Titan wiping out half of the galaxy. With Infinity War boasting a record-breaking opening weekend, it'll certainly have staying power in cinemas, which means that we don't know when more details about its sequel will arrive. Until then, here's a round-up of what we know is in store, and what we think is possible for the curtain-closer ahead.

It's Still Untitled...

The film's title has been a big guessing game for fans, and we still have no clue what it is. The studio kept it quiet because it felt it would have spoiled the ending of Infinity War, but with that cat now out the bag, one would think that the veil of secrecy would finally be lifted. Sadly, Feige has confirmed that won't be happening anytime soon -- but still, it hasn't stopped us from speculating.


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What we do know is that the title was actually conceived early on in development, and that it won't be titled 'Infinity Gauntlet.' What makes guessing even more difficult is that we've been sent mixed signals, with the Russo brothers saying fans should be scared of the title, while Feige contradicts them by saying it won't live up to expectations. Only time will tell, we guess.

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